Departments

Healing & Advocacy Collective

We are committed to engaging in this work drawing from the lens of joy and liberation, as we envision a world where all communities are committed to community-building, radical care, and justice.

We're Still Here

We are still here for you. We know that this moment in time is full of uncertainty that may feel overwhelming, challenging, and create anxiety. We are available to connect in a variety of ways in order to provide flexibility and choice. You’re welcome to choose:

  • Email: advocate [at] emerson.edu
  • Phone: 617-824-8857
  • Google Hangouts via Gmail: Chat us in real time at greta_spoering [at] emerson.edu or melanie_matson [at] emerson.edu
  • Online via a secure video call

About Us

As a part of the Social Justice Center, we see the ways that power-based interpersonal violence is interconnected with other forms of violence, harm, and injustice. We envision a world where all communities are committed to community-building, radical care, and justice.

Find Support

We know that people often handle things on their own. Still at times it may feel overwhelming or triggering. If you have experienced power-based interpersonal violence (PBIV) or are not sure about an experience or relationship, you do not have to figure this out on your own. We offer confidential advocacy-based counseling.

Knowledge Hub

Survivors have led movements to transform culture by bringing community together for healing and organizing, holding people accountable for power-based interpersonal violence, dismantling harmful structures, and creating liberatory spaces. Whether for a class paper, professional project, or personal growth, feel free to learn more.

Get Involved

We are all accountable to interrupt the norms and behaviors that reinforce harm and oppression. It requires social change, and we’re all a part of that. Everyone can do something.